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. 1400 days without passing a budget yet it is mandated until all that harry reid and his pals are supposed to pass one every year. who's doing the investigation for that? was to before we let you go what do you think of this report sigtarp put out looking that executive pay of bail out companies? >> caller: of course it's disgusting. the senate gets paid for doing nothing. i wonder where they get that idea from. >> guest: you raise an important point. anyone who tries to rip off and to crime to the american taxpayers it is just reprehensible and it's not going to be dealt with and so we are coming out very aggressive on anyone in that situation and those who may be thinking about that or doing that now should take a warning from the fact that we are sending people to jail. >> host: christy romero is the special general for sigtarp. thanks so much for coming. >> guest: thank you. among the issues they discussed, job creation, immigration and gun-control. here is a portion of his remarks >> it's important not to give up on anybody. the worst that can happen is people say we are
between democratic and republican senators and then between harry reid and mitch mcconnell, that's the way it's supposed to be done. a few days later we had a bipartisan proposal involving immigration. a lot of detailed work to be done, but the structure, the framework was there on 0 a bipartisan basis. so there are possibilities of bipartisanship but on the other hand, this is still a partisan situation. we have a republican house, a split democratically krold senate, democratic president, but if you do the math, chris, if you do the arithmetic, what that really means is nothing is going to happen unless there is some measure of bi-papartisansh and i certainly hope that we're going to be able to get there. >> senator, i want to quickly get you on the big story of the day which is the weather. your state, maine, looks to be in the path of this storm. you're a former governor of the state. you know what a state needs to prepare for an event like this. can you tell me, what was your biggest worry when you had a big storm headed your way when you served as governor? >> well, in fact, we had a
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